Celtic are set to tell home-grown ace Calvin Miller to find a new club at the end of the season, Football Insider understands.
The left-back, 22, has failed to break into Neil Lennon’s side this campaign after returning last summer from a half-season loan at Ayr United.
A Celtic source has told Football Insider that Lennon has made up his mind that Miller can go as he prepares to overhaul the club’s left-back roster.
His contract, which was signed in August 2018, is due to expire at the end of June.
Football Insider broke the news last month that Celtic’s transfer priority this summer is to recruit a new senior left-back.
This comes after they signed Boli Bolingoli and Greg Taylor last summer following the £25million sale of Kieran Tierney to Arsenal.
The Hoops are set to listen to offers for Bolingoli following his dramatic fall from grace as well as offload Miller.
The younger man graduated from the Celtic youth ranks to make five first-team appearances when Brendan Rodgers was manager.
Four of those came at left-back in the 2017-18 campaign.
But Miller has subsequently fallen well down the pecking order and been loaned out to Dundee and Ayr.
Taylor has emerged as the first choice left-back or left wing-back in a team that has even preferred the versatile Jonny Hayes to Bolingoli.
The 2019 recruit from Kilmarnock has now made 13 SPL starts among 21 appearances for the Hoops and become the first choice on the left in Lennon’s favoured 3-5-2 formation.